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Mazzi Partners helps us all discover purposeful living - with your inside life and your outside life; and even with your community and company's life. Our podcasts provide provocative, experiential and educational content to help everyone discover key distinctions and learn how to access their own power and the power of their life's system - the places where we live, work and play.
 
Episode 27:the Barrens, the Fiery Furnaces, the Vaselines, Soundgarden, Jonathan Fire Eater, Interpol, Nat Brower and the Power, Mudhoney, My Chemical Romance, Pearl Jam, A1 People, Dr. Skinnybones, Joy Sisters, Highway Gimps, Second Hand Coke, R.E.M., Nina Hagen, I Fight Dragons, MUSE, Weezer, Mazzy Star, Windmill, XTC, A Black Tie Affair, Daughtry, DJ Deadfish, Ace of Base, Slayer, Early Man, MAME, Rabato, Smashing Pumpkins, Thinktankok, VHS or Beta, Rival Schools, Scharling, Morning Fuzz, ...
 
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In today’s snippet we share our wrestling with head knowing versus experiential knowing...and how confusion can be our best friend. Find out more and connect with us at Mazzi Partners.By Mazzi Partners Team.
 
From a recent gig, a mystery band plays “When It’s Sleepy Time Down South,” featuring a solo on my Meinl-Weston euphonium!By Jimmy Mazzy & Friends.
 
In today’s snippet we share our behind the scenes work in preparing for a podcast focused on the topic of an intelligence or power that is greater than any one of us and which seems to be guiding our work. We hope this experiential based podcast will demonstrate more of what we’re talking about versus just attempting to talk about it. Find out ...…
 
The fourth segment of the session from 11/2/88 at Ephraim’s, featuring Jimmy Mazzy (banjo/vocals), Fred Lind (cornet), Paul Meymaris (clarinet), Don Frothingham (piano), John Kafalas (tuba), and Stu Grover (drums). Selections: Ain’t Gonna Give Nobody None of My Jelly Roll; Someday, Sweetheart; and Brotherly Love. Send questions or comments to p ...…
 
Today’s podcast continues our Podcast Snippet installments. We use these shorter podcasts to share quickly, and hopefully succinctly, our thoughts on key topics or distinctions. In today’s snippet we share our wrestling in spotting and maybe even identifying with our ego as well as our higher Self. Find out more and connect with us at Mazzi Par ...…
 
Today’s podcast continues our Podcast Snippet installments. We use these shorter podcasts to share quickly, and hopefully succinctly, our thoughts on key topics or distinctions. In today’s snippet we share the indications we’ve noticed when our personality or 1.0 self has us and we’re running on autopilot. Find out more and connect with us at M ...…
 
Today’s podcast continues our Podcast Snippet installments. We use these shorter podcasts to share quickly, and hopefully succinctly, our thoughts on key topics or distinctions. In today’s snippet is a continuation from our previous three levels or three types of conversations podcast. In this quick podcast we focus on our inner conversations - ...…
 
Today’s podcast continues our Podcast Snippet installments. We use these shorter podcasts to share quickly, and hopefully succinctly, our thoughts on key topics or distinctions. In today’s snippet we explore the three levels or three types of conversations we engage in. These classifications are built from Judith Glaser’s work called Conversati ...…
 
The third part of the session from 11/2/88, with Jimmy Mazzy (banjo/vocals), Fred Lind (cornet), Paul Meymaris (clarinet), Carol Moeller (piano), John Kafalas (tuba), and Stu Grover (drums). This program is a little longer than usual, just over half an hour, and contains five selections: Any Time, Any Day, Anywhere, Sittin’ On Top of the … Cont ...…
 
Today’s podcast continues our Podcast Snippet installments. We use these shorter podcasts to share quickly, and hopefully succinctly, our thoughts on key topics or distinctions. In today’s snippet we explore the differences when engaging in awakening and transforming work that it can be experienced more as scary work versus hard work. Find out ...…
 
Today’s podcast continues our Podcast Snippet installments. We use these shorter podcasts to share quickly, and hopefully succinctly, our thoughts on key topics or distinctions. In today’s snippet we explore the differences between Transforming work (which is the type of work Mazzi serves within) and Healing work. Find out more and connect with ...…
 
Today’s podcast continues our Podcast Snippet installments. We use these shorter podcasts to share quickly, and hopefully succinctly, our thoughts on key topics or distinctions. In today’s snippet we explore, as we flow through life, are we’re clinging tightly to our manufactured identity or if we’re holding it loosely. Find out more and connec ...…
 
The second installment from 11/2/88, with Jimmy Mazzy (banjo/vocals), Fred Lind (cornet), Paul Meymaris (clarinet), Don Frothingham (piano), John Kafalas (tuba), and Stu Grover (drums). The selections are “Lazy River,” “Nobody’s Sweetheart Now,” and “Dip Your Brush In the Sunshine.” Send questions or comments to podcast@kafalas.com…
 
Today’s podcast continues our Podcast Snippet installments. We use these shorter podcasts to share quickly, and hopefully succinctly, our thoughts on key topics or distinctions. In today’s snippet we explore the distinction of the powerful work of awakening and transforming (the business of Mazzi) versus the good work of learning and growing. F ...…
 
Today’s podcast continues our Podcast Snippet installments. We use these shorter podcasts to share quickly, and hopefully succinctly, our thoughts on key topics or distinctions. In today’s snippet we explore the distinction of focusing on engaging in a knowing and critical way or engaging in an open, safe and curious way. Find out more and conn ...…
 
Today’s podcast continues our Podcast Snippet installments. We use these shorter podcasts to share quickly, and hopefully succinctly, our thoughts on key topics or distinctions. In today’s snippet we explore the distinction of a potential behavior of where one is focused on making things happen versus holding space for things to happen. Find ou ...…
 
Today’s podcast continues our Podcast Snippet installments. We use these shorter podcasts to share quickly, and hopefully succinctly, our thoughts on key topics or distinctions. In today’s snippet we explore the distinction of a potential unconscious behavior of always already listening versus a powerful capacity called Listening to Connect. To ...…
 
Today’s podcast continues our Podcast Snippet installments. We use these shorter podcasts to share quickly, and hopefully succinctly, our thoughts on key topics or distinctions. In today’s snippet we explore the distinction of living life from in an integrated or an inside out awareness versus living life compartmentalized or in an outside in m ...…
 
Today’s podcast continues our Podcast Snippet installments. We use these shorter podcasts to share quickly, and hopefully succinctly, our thoughts on key topics or distinctions. In today’s snippet we explore the distinction of our unconscious self - what we call our 1.0 Self - and our highest or most conscious self - what we all our 2.0 Self.…
 
This program begins the session from November 2, 1988, with Jimmy Mazzy (banjo/vocals), Fred Lind (cornet), Paul Meymaris (clarinet), Don Frothingham (piano), John Kafalas (tuba), and Stu Grover (drums). The selections are “Gee, I’m Mighty Blue,” “I’ve Got A Right To Sing the Blues,” and “Get Out and Get Under the Moon.” Send questions or … Con ...…
 
Today’s podcast continues our Podcast Snippet installments. We use these shorter podcasts to share quickly, and hopefully succinctly, our thoughts on key topics or distinctions. In today’s snippet we explore the distinction of co-creating our experiences versus being a consumer of our experiences.By Mazzi Partners Team.
 
Today’s podcast continues our Podcast Snippet installments. We use these shorter podcasts to share quickly, and hopefully succinctly, our thoughts on key topics or distinctions. In today’s snippet we explore the distinction of using Force (e.g., trying to figure it out) versus flowing with your Power (e.g., surrendering to Guidance).…
 
Today’s podcast is our first attempt at creating a Podcast Snippet. We want to use these shorter podcast to share quickly, and hopefully succinctly, our thoughts on key topics or distinctions. In today’s snippet we share the some of the numerous stories we tell ourselves and each other - some may even be true! Reflections: After listening to ou ...…
 
Years ago Daniel Goleman, through Emotional Intelligence, introduced the concept of self-regulation and recently Judith Glaser, through Conversational Intelligence, introduced the concept of co-regulation. Both are powerful and needed within our own personal life as well as the system where we live and work. In today’s podcast we’ll explore bot ...…
 
Our Identity - what we are calling our essence, when remembered can accomplish so much more. In today’s podcast we examine this principle and share how we wrestle with remembering our identity and what happens when we forget and are left to try and perform through our own forceful means.By Mazzi Partners Team.
 
We all love to tell our stories of how life is working either for us or against us. Many times we get stuck believing these stories are true and this stuckness can create a barrier to experiencing our truest and highest self. In today’s podcast we explore the mystery of clearing (surrendering) our stories so that we can discover how to live a p ...…
 
Our knowing - the function of our brain to capture and process data - is primarily committed to surviving and maintaining our unconscious self. In today’s podcast we explore how this important function of our brain may block our access to our truest or highest self - and ultimately our power.By Mazzi Partners Team.
 
Caroline Myss said, “A soul companion is a person with whom you share a bond of reverence for the spiritual journey you’re both on.” In today’s podcast we’ll explore our experience with soul companionship and how these most important relationships help us discover and live a powerful and purposeful life.…
 
Carl Rogers said, “what is most personal is most universal.” In today’s podcast we explore our experience with this statement and share how our dark side, when authentically owned, can begin an awakening process for us to live our highest self and the unleashing of our inner powerful light side.By Mazzi Partners Team.
 
Every day we each put a particular type of energetic fuel in our human consciousness or experience that drives a distinct personality pattern. There is a process we’ve labeled “surrendering” to alchemize our normal energetic fuel, release our power and experience our truest selves. In today’s podcast we explore our personality’s passions (fuel) ...…
 
The fourth and final installment of the session from 10/19/88 with Jimmy Mazzy (banjo/vocals), Fred Lind (cornet), Paul Meymaris (clarinet), Mark Behre (trombone), Don Frothingham (piano), and John Kafalas (tuba). The selections are “Beale Street Blues” and “Swing That Music.” Send questions or comments to podcast@kafalas.com.…
 
We navigate and experience life through our personality - no new news here - right?! Research tells us that our life experience is mostly unconscious (maybe even 98% of the time) and when we’re unconsciously in our personality we can block access to our true selves and our power. In today’s podcast we share our own experience with how our uncon ...…
 
Defining success for each of us is deeply personal and, for most of us, its definition is set by our families, friends and the culture at large. In today’s podcast we partner with one of our clients to examine how we’ve defined success throughout our lives and how we experience it today.By Mazzi Partners Team.
 
Life is filled with its ups and downs - and, of course, we’re all very familiar with this fact. But have we ever stopped to consider that we may be attracting or unconsciously creating these “down” or dramatic experiences? In today’s podcast we explore how we’re struggling with being addicted to our 1.0-self story and the drama it creates.…
 
In today’s podcast we reflect on the early days of our work with the Cultivating our Souls groups. We explore what we’ve experienced so far and share insights and discoveries about ourselves and this program.By Mazzi Partners Team.
 
As we discussed in our last podcast we expressed how our 1.0 Life Plan can represent the majority of our unconscious thoughts and many times is based primarily on fear. In today’s podcast we take the next step and share how we wrestle with surrendering our fear-based 1.0 life plan enabling us to choose our 2.0 Life Plan.…
 
Another segment from the session of October 19, 1988 with Jimmy Mazzy (banjo/vocals), Fred Lind (cornet), Paul Meymaris (clarinet), Mark Behre (trombone), Don Frothingham (piano), and John Kafalas (tuba). The selections are “Sweet Georgia Brown,” “Up A Lazy River,” and “Ole Miss.” Send questions or comments to podcast@kafalas.com.…
 
For listeners of other Mazzi Podcasts we’ve discovered that everyone has a 1.0 Life Plan. This 1.0 Life Plan can represent the majority of our unconscious thoughts and actions and includes living primarily a personality-driven life. In today’s podcast we’ll examine how fear may be the basis of most, if not all, of our 1.0 Life Plan decisions.…
 
This past week we introduced a new service offering which we’ve called Cultivating Our Souls. In today’s podcast we’ll share the genesis of this program, its intent and our surrendering in the design and co-creation of it.By Mazzi Partners Team.
 
In a world filled with noise finding or cultivating the power of silence can be quite an adventure. As we all know this noise is everywhere - both inside our heads as well as “out there.” Cultivating the power of silence has many benefits and in today’s podcast we’ll explore them and share our experiences with practicing silence both individual ...…
 
Being grateful or thankful is a powerful experience. Discovering its power and learning how to live a life filled with gratitude is an important part in creating a life or a company filled with power, creativity, engagement, meaning and purpose. In today’s podcast we wrestle with this powerful energy and share our own wrestling of removing the ...…
 
Most of us have heard the phrase “following your heart.” What does this mean and how does one go about wrestling with this distinction. In Part 1 of our podcast we focused on what we mean by the term “heart” and in today’s conversation we explore the ways our internal guidance or heart reveals itself and how we respond to it or engage with it.…
 
Three more tunes from October 19, 1988 with Jimmy Mazzy (banjo/vocals), Fred Lind (cornet), Paul Meymaris (clarinet), Mark Behre (trombone), Carol Moeller (piano), and John Kafalas (tuba). The selections are “WPA Blues,” a tune I don’t know the title of, and “Kansas City.” Send questions or comments to podcast@kafalas.com…
 
Most of us have heard the phrase “following your heart.” In today’s Part 1 (of a two-part podcast) we’ll focus our conversation on what we mean by the term “heart.” We’ll contrast this distinction with other familiar terms with like: emotions / feelings, rational thinking, intuition, guidance as well as our core archetypes.…
 
As we all know, conversations are how we navigate our way through life and with each other. In our conversations many times we may unconsciously communicate in ways that creates disconnection from the very people we need. In today’s podcast we share our reflections and wrestling with how we too can unconsciously communicate in disconnecting way ...…
 
Judith Glaser’s work in Conversational Intelligence reminds us that “Words create worlds!” In today’s podcast we share our reflections and wrestling with honoring the words we use as we partner together in order to co-create a more powerful, safe, creative and connected world.By Mazzi Partners Team.
 
When we’re placed in situations where we believe “they don’t get it” we can either shift into unconscious behaviors or conscious behaviors. In today’s podcast we wrestle with our own experiences of being both self-responsible as well as unconscious when we discover ourselves thinking “they don’t get it.”…
 
We are at our best in working and communicating with each other when we’re filled with authentic caring and candor towards ourselves and each other. When we stop being authentic with each other our conversations can seem artificial and our politeness can then seem forced or faked. In today’s podcast we wrestle with our own experience in how our ...…
 
Getting engaged or fully showing up in a conversation can be really hard for some and easier for others. Two of our Mazzi Partners lead today’s discussion exploring why showing up may be at times hard for them and how they wrestle with being fully expressed and owning their wholehearted powerful selves.…
 
Many of us are culturally taught that it’s best if we go along and just agree to keep the peace while others are tied to their own powerful “yes!” and don’t fully know how to create or hold the space for others to powerfully say “yes!” as well. In today’s podcast we’ll share how we at Mazzi wrestle with being our powerful yes - individually and ...…
 
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